Samsung dive tracking not working

 

"The web page at http://findmymobile.samsung.com/error/500.jsp has resulted in too many redirects. Clearing your cookies for this site or allowing third-party cookies may fix the problem. If not, it is possibly a server configuration issue and not a problem with your computer."

- Remove Samsung account from Galaxy S2
- Deleted my Samsung account
- Created a new Samsung account
- AT THIS STAGE: Can login to Samsung Dive (notifies me that I need to add a mobile device).
- Re-add Samsung account to Galaxy S2
- Can no longer login to Samsung Dive, receive same error as above.

As an alternative to Dive I downloaded AVG Free and enabled phone tracking. However, AVG cannot turn on my GPS or use Google Location services to find where my phone is. Therefore it uses a crappy cell tower signal to give a really rough estimate of where the phone is. Pretty much useless.

Samsung dive tracking not working

Samsung has won over many a loyal customer for its range of devices and the powerful set of features that each one has. Built around the Android operating system, devices like the Samsung Galaxy Note S have delivered on all the promise they hold out on functionality, design and features. Considering that the Android operating system is one of the most popular ones in the world today, keeping track of this phone is not only essential but also something that is easily done . The Android operating system helps a device in getting tracked easily and this is done with the help of SamsungDive and Google. Here’s taking a look at how tracking works with Samsung devices.

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Samsung has allowed its users to access an online mobile security service which has an easy to use web interface. Using this interface, you can register a whole range of smartphones and tablets. This service comes free of cost to Samsung users and with the use of GPS radio, WiFi and even the service provider’s 3G network, SamsungDive can help track a Samsung device.

"The web page at http://findmymobile.samsung.com/error/500.jsp has resulted in too many redirects. Clearing your cookies for this site or allowing third-party cookies may fix the problem. If not, it is possibly a server configuration issue and not a problem with your computer."

- Remove Samsung account from Galaxy S2
- Deleted my Samsung account
- Created a new Samsung account
- AT THIS STAGE: Can login to Samsung Dive (notifies me that I need to add a mobile device).
- Re-add Samsung account to Galaxy S2
- Can no longer login to Samsung Dive, receive same error as above.

As an alternative to Dive I downloaded AVG Free and enabled phone tracking. However, AVG cannot turn on my GPS or use Google Location services to find where my phone is. Therefore it uses a crappy cell tower signal to give a really rough estimate of where the phone is. Pretty much useless.

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Have set accounts, bjt i can only see my samsung tab2 on find my phone, can not get it find my galaxy s3, it only shows the tab,any help please

Welcome to the Samsung Galaxy website. Find everything you need to know from the latest Galaxy S7 to the Gear products right here.

Why do I need phone tracking ? Where can I find mobile tracking services? What is mobile phone tracking ? Its features in brief; What can go wrong when you track a ...

Before starting, make sure you have a compatible watch and iPhone. It works with the Gear S3 , Gear S2 and Gear Fit2 and with any iPhone from iPhone 5 onward as long as it's running iOS 9.0 or later. 

As with virtually any connected peripheral these days, there's an app you need to download to make the Gear S3 watch work with your iPhone. It's called Samsung Gear S and it's available to grab for free from the App Store now. 

Once it's downloaded you go through a simple process to connect the watch to the phone. You do this by launching the app, switching on your watch, then searching for the watch through the app.